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Toral Rasputra was apprehensive shooting her first intimate scene ever.

tv Updated: Apr 03, 2010, 17:03 IST
Rachana Dubey
Rachana Dubey
Hindustan Times

She apparently threw a fit when she saw mediapersons on the set, the day she had to can a romantic intimate sequence with her co-star from the show.

When asked Toral Rasputra, Rasal from Sahara One’s Kesariya Balam Aavo Hamare Des, about her apprehension and the action that followed, she denies having thrown a fit and misbehaved with the media.

“Why would I shout at anyone and ask them to leave? They had been called for a purpose. I can’t behave badly with them. But I wouldn’t deny that I was anxious before we started shooting the scene. It was my first intimate scene ever. I was nervous. Though it was being shot very aesthetically, I was still getting butterflies in my tummy and wanted to get over with it quickly,” she adds.

When asked what her parents had to say about her love-making scene with co-star Akshat Gupta, who plays her husband Ranveer in the daily, she chuckles that her mother was out of town and her father doesn’t watch soaps.

“Even if my mum was here, she wouldn’t have overreacted. She would have understood it’s a part of my job. I was just enacting a scene. And there was nothing that would embarrass her or me,” she adds.

Buzz is that Rasputra, who was supposedly dating someone from outside the TV fraternity, has been getting up, close and personal with her co-star. When asked, she rubbishes the rumours and says, “My personal life is not to be spoken or written about. I’d just tell you to not believe the rumours.”

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